Kipwise bot for Slack

Automatically save links shared in Slack to Kipwise

1.  Invite Kipwise bot  to the selected Slack channels that you want Kipwise to monitor and automatically save shared links for you  2. Whenever teammates share links in a channel that Kipwise is invited into, Kipwise will automatically saved the link for you (a 📎 emoji will be added as an indication)  3. You can find the saved links on your Kipwise online portal under "Uncategorized". You can then drag and drop them into a folder on the sidebar to stay organized 

Last updated: a month ago

Create a Kipwise Page directly in Slack using slash command

1. Inside any Slack channels or DMs, type the slash command /kipwise create  2. Then a dialogue will appear for you to select the Folder, enter the Page Title and Content.  3. You can further edit the Page using our web app to insert links, images, etc.

Last updated: a month ago

How does image annotation works?

* See  how to install and invite Kipwise to Slack channels  if you have not done so  A. How to share an image & add annotations 1. A teammate uploads an image or shared the link of an image in a channel that Kipwise is invited into  2. Kipwise will turn it into a collaborative version. Click on "Annotate it now" to add annotations. Your teammates can still download the original image by clicking "Download".  3. You can point to a specific part of the image to add notes. The annotations will be synced to Slack as a reply thread automatically  4. How the reply thread looks like when the annotations are synced to Slack  5. In the Kipwise article view, you can view all annotations as a summarized page by clicking the xx Annotations link at the bottom bar.  B. How to search for saved images  1. You can search for saved images directly in Slack using the command /kipwise search [keywords] using the keywords that are contained in the title.  2. You can also visit  your Kipwise online dashboard  and filter your saved images by keywords. 

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Kipwise Slash commands for Slack

/kipwise create  To create a new Page on Kipwise  /kipwise search [keywords] To search for content saved on Kipwise /kipwise ask To create a new question and assign it to a channel or teammate /kipwise sign-in To sign in to or access your Kipwise web portal  /kipwise help To show our tips when you need help 

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Slack Action - Answer with Page

Someone asked a question on Slack and there are relevant content on Kipwise? You can answer the question quickly using Kipwise Slack action.  This way, your teammates will be reminded of the existing of Kipwise (so hopefully they will remember to search before they ask next time).  See how it works in action:  1. Someone ask a question on Slack  2. Click on the More actions button for that Slack message, and select Answer with Page by Kipwise 3. Kipwise will then search automatically by the question text, if the search result contains the content that you want to use as the answer, simply click "Answer with this Page" to use that as the answer, if not, you can refine the search result by clicking "Search". 4. After selecting the Page as the answer, our bot will ask you if you want to add any remarks  5. After you submitted the answer, our bot will add the answer as a reply to the original Slack message that the question was asked so the questioner will get a notification. 

Last updated: a month ago

When do I need to invite the Kipwise bot to selected channels?

By default, most actions work across all channels without needing to invite Kipwise to individual channels.  But if you want Kipwise to detect and automatically save certain items (e.g. articles, images) for you, then you would need to invite Kipwise to the channel(s) that you want us to monitor.  Features that works without needing to invite Kipwise to a specific channel:  Clip Slack messages Slash commands such as /kipwise create and /kipwise search to create or search for Kipwise Pages directly in Slack Features that only works when you have invited Kipwise to a specific channel:  Article annotation Image annotation Automatically save shared links to Kipwise

Last updated: a month ago

Clip a Slack message to Kipwise

Discussed something important on Slack and want to save it to Kipwise? You can turn a Slack message to a Kipwise Page with just a few clicks.  Sample use case For example, your marketing intern asked a question "What is our brand color" and your designer replied. You can easily clip your designer's reply using Slack actions.  To do this,  Hover over the Slack message you want to save and click on More actions ( the "..." at the upper right corner) Select the Slack actions Save to a Page by Kipwise * If you cannot see this option the first time after you installed Kipwise, try refreshing your Slack workspace by pressing Command + R (for Mac) or CTRL + R (for PC) A dialogue will appear with the Content pre-filled with the Slack message. Enter a Title , select a Folder and click Save. The content will be saved to a Kipwise Page (you can see an paperclip emoji added to your Slack message as an indication)  To view or further edit that page, click the View/edit Page button in the reply that Kipwise automatically adds to the message In the future, you can retrieve the content either by searching on your  Kipwise online dashboard  or searching directly in Slack using the command /kipwise search [keyword] 

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How does article annotation works?

* See  how to install and invite Kipwise to Slack channels  if you have not done so.  A. How to share an article & add annotations 1. A teammate shares an article in a channel that Kipwise is invited into (you can invite kipwise by a channel by using the command /invite @kipwise)  2. Kipwise will automatically reply to the shared message with a button to "Read & highlight the article". 3.  Simply highlight a phrase to add notes. The annotations will be synced to Slack as a reply thread automatically.  4. How the reply thread looks like when the annotations are synced to Slack  5. In the Kipwise article view, you can view all annotations as a summarized page by clicking the xx Annotations link at the bottom bar.  B. How to search for saved articles  1. You can search for saved article directly in Slack using the command /kipwise search [keyword] 

Last updated: a month ago

Installing Kipwise on Slack

1. Installing Kipwise You can Install Kipwise from the  Slack App Directory . 2. Do I need to invite the Kipwise bot to selected channels? By default, most actions work across all channels without needing to invite Kipwise to individual channels.  But if you want Kipwise to automatically detect and save certain items (e.g. articles, images) for you, you would need to invite Kipwise to the channel(s) that you want us to monitor.  Features that works without needing to invite Kipwise to a specific channel:  Clip Slack messages Slack commands such as /kipwise create to  create a Kipwise Page  and /kipwise search to search for saved content directly in Slack. Features that only works when you have invited Kipwise to a specific channel:  Article annotation Image annotation   Automatically save shared links to Kipwise 3. How to invite Kipwise bot to selected channels? To Invite the Kipwise bot to Slack channels,  Type /invite @Kipwise inside the channel(s) that you want to invite Kipwise to 

Last updated: a month ago

Searching for Kipwise Content on Slack

A. Using search command to search for Kipwise content directly on Slack In any channel or direct message, type /kipwise search [keywords] (e.g. /kipwise search logo color)  * By default, the search result is visible to you only. If you want to share a particular result with the whole channel, click the Post to channel... button under the search result you want to share after performing the search in that channel  B. Connect Kipwise with other tools to access important info in one place If you have integrated Kipwise with Confluence and Google Drive, you can search for relevant content on Confluence and Google Drive in one single search using this search command too. See Integrations .

Last updated: a month ago

Troubleshooting: Guest users Slack log-in issue

Due to the limitation of Slack, guest users on your Slack team cannot use the Sign in with Slack option on third-party tools.  So instead of signing in to Kipwise by using the sign in button on our website, guest users can type the slash command /kipwise sign-in in any channels or direct messages inside your Slack team and the Kipwise bot will return them with a button to sign in to the Kipwise web portal. 

Last updated: a month ago